Friday, November 22nd 2019

UCSB’s REEL LOUD Presents a Film Competition for the Best of the Best

Noe Padilla Incoming News Editor It’s quite a rare opportunity to be able to observe the future talent of cinema all coalesced in one student event....

Tim Wood Blends Nature and Technology in Ph.D Thesis

Jungah Son Timothy Wood is an artist and technologist who is inspired by the music and dance of nature. While pursuing his graduate degree in...

UCSB Mural Class Paints I.V. Culture for Future Generations

Alexander Ortiz In spring 2014, the mural of the sea turtle off the 65 block of Sabado Tarde was painted by a class coordinated by...

Chiura Obata: An American Modern Helps Audiences Discover a Diverse Definition of American Art

Jessica Gang Staff Writer This April, the "Chiura Obata: An American Modern" exhibit is wrapping up a four-month run at the Art, Design, and Architecture Museum...

The Business of Paul Brickman’s ‘Risky Business’

Steven Villamizer Photos by Lorenzo Basilio, Staff Photographer Paul Brickman's 1983 classic coming-of-age film "Risky Business," starring a 19-year-old baby-fat-donning Tom Cruise, was screened at Pollock...

Italian Pavement Painters Showcase Art on Santa Barbara Streets

Addison Morris Arts and Entertainment Editor Last weekend, Italian pavement painters, known in their native language as madonnari, put their street smarts to good use as...

Art to Zoo: A Collection of Pictures Worth A Thousand Roars

Jonathan Montenegro Photos by Bryn Lemon As one first enters the gallery and first experiences the Art to Zoo: Exploring Animal Natures exhibit, it is difficult...

Ventura Lantern Street Festival Leaves Something to be Desired

Daniel Solors On Sunday, Feb. 17, Ventura held its lantern street festival. The event cost $35 for admittance and included one decorative lantern to display...

UCSB’s 2nd Annual Art Walk Showcases Underrepresented Talent

Noe Padilla Staff Writer On April 17, UCSB held its second annual Art Walk hosted by the school’s Department of Music, Department of Theater & Dance,...

“Still We Rise” Distills the Immigrant Experience with a Multi-Arts Experience

Alondra Sierra For two nights, “Still We Rise: A Collaborative Performance of Art, Dance, Music, Theatre, and Poetry” played at The Art, Design & Architecture...